Name the Count field, then you can reference it. like;

with t1 as ( select rpan8, count(*) as Ttl_Number
from f0311
group by rpan8
order by rpan8
)
select * from t1
Where Ttl_Number > 5

HTH

Jim

On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 7:50 AM, Jonathan Mason <
jonathan.mason@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I am trying to run an SQL statement that creates a temporary table over
which I want to run some selection criteria:

with t1 as ( select rpan8, count(*)
from f0311
group by rpan8
order by rpan8
)
select * from t1

Ideally I would like to add a "WHERE" clause to the select to only show
entries where the COUNT(*) is more than a given amount, say 10000.
However, I can't find any way to reference the generated column as I
don't know the internal name assigned to the column.

I have tried using "where count(*) > 10000" and other variations, but
all to no avail. Does anybody have any ideas?

Thanks

Jonathan


Jonathan Mason
iSeries Consultant
www.astradyne-uk.com


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